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For Team Hughes, Basketball Is So Much More Than a Game

Basketball is more than a game for referee Kelly Whelan and coach Bryan Wyant, who created Team Hughes to support Hughes High School students.

The Holocaust and Humanity Center Keeps Local Survivors’ Stories Visible

During an invisible pandemic, we all need reminders of our humanity. Stories of Holocaust survivors like Zahava Rendler can help.

Matt Brennan Is Still Trying to Climb Mt. Everest

Twice Matt Brennan came agonizingly close to the summit of Mt. Everest. The pandemic shut down his third attempt. Will he get there?

Baseball Came to Cincinnati Even Earlier Than We Thought

Baseball’s Cincinnati origin story has a new pre–Civil War date, a new east side birthplace, and a new connection to the famous 1869 Red Stockings.

Total Quality Logistics Ships Until They Drop

Ken Oaks and friends have built TQL into a multibillion-dollar company. But thousands of ex-employees are suing the company for their fair share of the success.

Fighting HIV/AIDS in Africa With Victoria Wulsin and SOTENI International

Victoria Wulsin keeps her SOTENI International nonprofit organization focused on the longtime fight against HIV and AIDS in Kenya, while new viral pandemics and other causes grab the world’s attention.

Nehemiah Manufacturing Gave Rayshun Holt a Second Chance

Rayshun Holt went to prison at age 15. When he was released 21 years later, he struggled to find a purpose until he discovered Nehemiah Manufacturing.

Jim Obergefell Is Still on the Right Side of History

Young LGBTQ activists discuss the state of the equal rights movement with Jim Obergefell, five years after his landmark Supreme Court victory.

In 1968, Jimmy Page and the Yardbirds Played at St. Xavier’s Prom

Months before the legendary guitar player formed a little band called Led Zeppelin, he and his bandmates took an unexpected gig—and made quite an impression.

How Dean Regas Became One of the Nation’s Best-Known Astronomers

After a “pseudo-religious moment” gazing at stars in his twenties, Dean Regas charted a new course, helping to revive the 175-year-old Cincinnati Observatory.

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